People warned some pedestrian access to Carndonagh Hospital still unsafe


The HSE is urging people in Carndonagh not to use the pedestrian access and bridge at the rear of the hospital campus, as they are still unsafe following last year’s floods.
The HSE says people should only use the access point off the main road at the front of the hospital grounds when accessing Carndonagh Community Hospital and James Connolly Memorial Hospital.
The bridge and pedestrian access point at the back of the campus were severely damaged during the Inishowen flooding, and are currently deemed to be unsafe
In a statement last evening, the HSE urged people not to use this access point between Donagh Park and the hospital until the necessary repair works are completed.
Barriers and signs have been erected at the access point to warn pedestrians.
The HSE is stressing it does not accept public liability for any injury caused to persons using this access point to the rear of the campus.
At a recent meeting in Carndonagh, Cllr Albert Doherty said this is a vital access point that demands priority attention:

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